The Liability of Architects and Engineers Under Architectural Contracts

September 11, 2014

posted in: Legal Updates

On August 7, 2014 the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the application for leave to appeal the Alberta Court of Appeal’s decision in Swift v. Tomecek, Roney Little & Associates Ltd..  This decision makes an important distinction between negligent work and negligent misrepresentation and considers the limits of liability provisions normally found in architectural contracts.

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